Social-emotional learning is a foundational approach to educating the whole child
This issue brief focuses on social-emotional learning (SEL) and how you can make SEL foundational to your work with Indiana’s youth.
SEL helps ensure students have the social, emotional, behavioral, and academic competence necessary for success in school and lifelong well-being. This essential work focuses on educating the whole child and requires a cultural and mindset shift as well as a collective approach.
In this brief, you’ll find an overview of the Indiana Department of Education’s new Indiana Social-Emotional Competencies and the latest SEL research. Plus, you’ll learn how you can effectively implement SEL in your classroom, school and community.